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TVS Motor factory located in the Industrial area Suryacipta City Jl. Surya Madya I Kav. 1-30 Kutanegara Village, cikampek 41 361 East Karawang, West Java, in a single day can produce 150 to 200 units.

Then how much this bike components manufactured in Indonesia?

“Local contentnya for all motorcycle TVS in Indonesia is 65 percent and the rest is shipped from India,” said Vehicle Assembling, Agus Ahmad Yani told reporters on the sidelines of the visit TVS factory.

He explained, for components such as frames, tires, handle bars, etc. are produced in Indonesia and to the still shipped from India such as engines, cables, head lamp.

“If the headlamp is to be sent from India because reflektornya better. CDI is also shipped from India,” he added.

He added, which are exported to the motor itself is still using only local components for SKD (semi knock down) there are some parts that are paired from the destination country.

“For example, if the motor is to be exported, headlamp is not here but after a pair of new paired up there as well with the other parts are,” due diligence.

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Profit before tax Perhutani to end first semester of 2013 reached Rp466 billion, up 179 percent from Renca Budget Work Company (CBP) has been determined.

According to a press release from Perhutani received by AFP in Jakarta, on Saturday, the profit of the many donated from round timber sales in the country reached Rp882 billion and Rp520 billion overseas reach.

In addition, sales of other industries in the country reached Rp232 billion, sales of finished wood products industry from abroad totaled Rp50 billion and sales of processed wood (raw sawn timber) in the country reached 30 billion.

Gondorukem products, processed pine resin is the second largest income producer for Perhutani with the value of exports jumped 12 per cent of the target in the CBP. Perhutani gondorukem export markets are Europe, Japan, China and several other countries. Gondorukem Perhutani is the largest producer in Indonesia and Southeast Asia.

Director Sukmananto Perhutani Bambang said targets and business outlook for the second half of 2013 Perhutani directed at four things, ie achieve the production target node exceeds the first half, giving priority to the principles of sustainable forest management, the industry will begin to prepare for productive use and make savings in anticipation of price increases oil to the forest industry.

Perhutani also has several projects such as the completion of construction of the plant in Pemalang gondorukem derivatives, sago factory in Sorong, Papua Perhutani headquarters and development in collaboration with other state-owned enterprises.

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Commitment of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) to develop the industrialization program of marine and fisheries sector, continue to be improved. Among them, for commodities seaweed, CTF rebuild seaweed processing factory PT. Algae East Sumba Lestari (ASTIL) Tanamanang Village, District Pahunga Lodu, East Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT).

According to the Director General of Aquaculture, Slamet Soebjakto, construction of the PT. ASTIL in East Sumba very precise. Seaweed processing plant is of great importance to accommodate the cultivation of seaweed around East Sumba particular and East Nusa Tenggara province in general. Establishment of PT. ASTIL very directly benefit society, especially because of the distance factor so as to reduce transportation costs. “The plant can produce seaweed chips as much as 2 tons / day of raw material 6 tons / day. Production capacity will be increased up to 10 tons / day. In 2012, this factory has been producing seaweed chips as much as 124 thousand kg and sold to several companies in the country, “he said.

East Sumba chosen, according to Slamet, because NTT East Sumba is one of the pilot areas minapolitan commodity seaweed. Statistics show that seaweed production in NTT Province in the year 2012 amounted to 398,000 tons. Of these, 1393.8 tons came from East Sumba. Therefore, the existence of the plant will be able to increase the added value of seaweed products. So the purpose of fisheries industrialization program that increases productivity, value added products and increase competitiveness and improve the welfare of the community, particularly in terms of employment and economic growth in the community. “The potential of seaweed farming land owned by East Sumba is quite large. This potential is expected to increase seaweed production that supports increased production nationally, “he said.

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Slamet explained, seaweed processing plant establishment PT. ASTIL This is tangible evidence of synergy between sector performance. Where, for machine processing seaweed into chips, is help the Ministry of Industry. While CTF provides space and building processing factories. East Sumba government that will support the working capital. “Synergy performance like this should be passed on to other areas. So that the development will progress rapidly because of the encouragement given a boost with the all have the aim of improving public welfare through the marine and fisheries sector, “said Slamet.

Slamet added, in 2013, the CTF has established seaweed industrialization in 6 Provinces. That is the province of East Java, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara, South Sulawesi, Central Sulawesi and North Sulawesi province. Accelerated increase in seaweed production through industrialization program in 2013, is targeted to produce as much seaweed is processed 1,214,299 tons. Moreover, of the industrialization program seaweed is able to absorb the amount of 37 807 farmers as RTP. “While employment in this sector will increase to 415 462 people with production value reached Rp 1,138 billion,” he said.

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PT Pertamina (Persero), SK Lubricants Co.., And PT Patra SK signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the implementation of the feasibility study for a project to increase production capacity and marketing of lube base oil refinery LOC RU IV Cilacap.
The signing of the MoU by Pertamina processing director Chrisna Damayanto, CEO & President of SK Lubricants Kwan Ho Choi, and SK Patra President Personal Dadik in Jakarta,
The feasibility study will include technical, market, and economic aspects of the project will be the basis for the three companies to work together to increase the production capacity of the lube base oil refinery LOC RU IV Cilacap, from Group I to Group II. Through this partnership, LOC RU IV Cilacap refinery will be designed to be able to produce lube base oil Group II which has better quality and environmentally friendly, while still producing lube base of Group I.
The signing of this MOU is in line with Pertamina plans to accelerate expansion in the field of downstream Pertamina to realize the mission of profitable downstream. In addition, this project plans to reinforce the company’s commitment to improving Indonesia’s economy by controlling the domestic and regional markets, according to the vision of a World Class Energy Company and became Champion in Asia in 2025.
“The increase in lube base oil production capacity of RU IV Cilacap Refinery LOC is intended to capture the best possible opportunities in the trend of increasing demand for environmentally friendly lube base in the domestic market, regional and global. It is also in line with Pertamina’s commitment to maintain and preserve the environment, “said Vice President of Corporate communiation Mundakir Ali in a press release on Thursday (04/07/2013).
The feasibility study is expected during the period of 6-8 months. After the signing of this MOU, the three companies will form a joint team to finalize a focused strategic agreement to form a joint venture company.
South Korean companies, SK Lubricants, a leading global player in the field of production and marketing of a variety of lube base oil Group, mainly in the South Korean market, Asia and Europe. SK Patra is a joint venture between PT Patra Niaga and SK Energy is engaged in the production and marketing of lube base oil plant site in Dumai, Riau.

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JAKARTA – Capital market analysts, Pardomuan Sihombing said that the decision of the judges of Corruption (Corruption) in a case of IM2, causing fears of capital market investors. Because the regulations are not clear can ensnare anyone who is doing business in Indonesia.

“It could happen (investors will fear) that the decision was negative, meaning that is associated with the regulation of the telecommunications industry,” said Pardomuan Sihombing, told reporters on Friday (19/7).

It is said, that investors will invest into doubt whether the investment fund to be back or not, when the company suddenly entangled case. Doubt it, he added, is very clearly threatens the entire industry.

“Investors need legal certainty, because that’s what makes the industry rules become clear, so as to ensure the development of the telecommunications industry,” he said.

Pardomuan added that the symptoms have not been perceived concerns, the article of the legal process is not over. However, if there is already a binding verdict and declared IM2 guilty, then the impact will be felt.

“We all expect the final result will be better,” said Pardomuan.

As information, on Monday (8/7) Corruption Court sentenced former Director of IM2, Indar Atmanto to 4 years imprisonment with a fine of Rp200 million with subsidiary imprisonment of 3 months. Judge fines also punish IM2 pay Rp1, 3 trillion. Judges-network cooperation Indosat IM2 there are elements of corruption.

This ruling a major impact, as almost all sectors of the telecommunications businesses registered as a public company is also running a similar business model. Including PT Indosat Tbk, PT Telkomsel, PT XL Axiata Tbk, PT Smartfren Telecom, PT Bakrie Telecom Tbk and other telecommunications operators.

In fact, the communication sector alone contributes to Rp11, 8 trillion in revenues and in 2012. This figure is the biggest revenue for Indonesia in addition to the energy and mineral resources.

Responding to the verdict, Indonesian Infocom Society (Mastel) and the Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Body (BRTI) have reported the presiding judge to the Judicial Commission.

Mastel judge there are allegations of violations of the code of conduct by the presiding judge in the case. “There are some points that filed a complaint to the Judicial Commission, namely that the judges in check and try not professional in understanding the case filed,” said Mastel Chairman, Setyanto P. Santosa.

Setyanto judging, the judges are not being fair in making its decision. According to him, the judges only listen to experts from the Public Prosecutor (PP). and ignore the official opinion of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology as the regulator Telekomunikasi Indonesia.

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JAKARTA – the current capital market investors worried about the telecommunications business pascaputusan court corruption (corruption) cases IM2. Equity analyst Pardomuan Sihombing explains, penalties and regulations that ensnare IM2 yet fully clear.
Pardomuan also assess the regulations are not clear as IM2 case could ensnare anyone who runs a business in the country. In this case the investors in the world’s capital markets.
“It could happen (investors will fear) that the decision was negative, meaning that is associated with the regulation of the telecommunications industry,” said Pardomuan Sihombing, Sunday (07/21/2013).
Pardomuan asserted, the current capital market investors require legal certainty. According to Pardomuan, IM2 case and rules in the telecommunications industry should be clear, so as to ensure the future development of the business.
“Investors who will invest in doubt whether an investment fund to be back or not, when the company suddenly entangled case,” said Pardomuan.
Pardomuan added that the symptoms have not been perceived concerns, the article of the legal process is not over. However, if there is already a binding verdict and declared IM2 guilty, then the impact will be felt.
“We all expect the final result will be better,” said Pardomuan.
Previously reported, the Corruption Court sentenced former Director of IM2, Indar Atmanto kuruangan 4 years with a fine of Rp 200 million, with subsidiary imprisonment of 3 months. Judge also sentenced IM2 pay fines of Rp 1.3 trillion. Judges cooperation-IM2 Indosat network there is an element of corruption.
This ruling a major impact, as almost all sectors of the telecommunications businesses registered as a public company is also running a similar business model. Including PT Indosat Tbk, PT Telkomsel, PT XL Axiata Tbk, PT Smartfren Telecom, PT. Bakrie Telecom Tbk and others.
Communication sector alone contributes to Rp 11.8 trillion in revenues and in 2012. This figure is the biggest revenue for Indonesia in addition to the energy and mineral resources.

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PT Bumi Serpong Damai Tbk (BSDE) recorded pre-sales of Rp 4, 19 trillion in the first semester of 2013. The achievement equivalent to a growth of 79 percent compared with the same period in 2012 amounted to Rp2, 35 trillion.

“In the first semester of 2013 BSDE has gained 60 percent or Rp 4, 19 trillion marketing sales target of 2013, the Company determined that 7 trillion,” said Director and Corporate Secretary of PT Bumi Serpong Damai Tbk, Hermawan Wijaya quoted from a written statement the company on Tuesday (16/07/2013).

Accelerated growth, he added, is sustained partnership strategy and solid demand for the products of particular residential property that we offer both in BSD City as well as in other projects that we manage.

Under the project, BSD City as a flagship project of the members of the group Sinar Mas Land posted the biggest contribution to marketing sales which amounted to 82 percent. While Tourism contributes the second largest city with a seven per cent next Grand Tourism Bekasi contribute five percent and others.

Based on segment income, the biggest contributor of marketing sales the first half of 2013, recorded by the proportion of land sales by 64 per cent to the total sales and marketing accounted for by the second largest contributor with 26 per cent of residential sales. This was driven by the sale of the land to the three strategic partners of the Company through a subsidiary that was formed by the joint venture scheme. The three partners are, among others, Hongkong Land, AEON Mall Japan and Dyandra.

“In 2012, contribution of land sales in the range of 32 percent residential and 58 percent was recorded. Segment of land this year be the growth driver for the Company, it is our strategy to double its growth through value creation on land-bank that we manage,” he explained.

Home Shop segment (Shophouse) during the first half of 2013 contributed nine percent or Rp391, 72 billion compared to gains in the same period in 2012 which is Rp169, 12 billion. This segment grew 43 percent year on year (yoy) and became the third largest contributor to the Company’s marketing sales.

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In the end I was able to see first hand one of the six plants Tata Motors in India in early July. And I deserve to take my hat off to India, especially Tata Motors already has a facility that motor vehicle industry that is not exactly small.
Tata Motors plant in Pune, Maharashtra is the second largest after the first plant in Jamshedpur which is active since 1954, after the plant is used as a starting locomotive 1945.
Initially I suspect manufacturing facility in Pune like Tata Motors car assembly plant generally in Karawang, Indonesia. Because of that, when I and a group of journalists asked to fill three vans no glass window, my forehead was wrinkled. “The car rides? As if still further? “Inner me.
“Please you select the van that we have provided. All can sit on the side of the window. We will guide you around the Tata Motors manufacturing facility here, “said the man was an employee of Tata Motors.
Without asking, I then select the leading van and took a stool at the side of the door. My goal, so that when he arrived at the location of the assembly plant, I could go down more quickly.
But my guess fumble. Tata Motors factory is very large, unlike the automobile factories in the country I have ever visited. Tata Motors factories around the facility on foot it seems like you are doing.
Extensive manufacturing facilities in Pune Tata Motors reached 325 hectares. This means three times the size of land owned Toyota’s manufacturing facility in Karawang.
So no wonder if Tata Motors presents ‘fleet travel’ to support guests who do a factory visit. And unique, it turns out the car that we crawled inch by inch in the Tata Motors factory. But if the Toyota or Honda factory in Karawang we simply walk away.
“Imagine if we had to walk, it can be drunk. Huge turn out. It’s hell, one-stop manufacturing. Steel entrance, exit (factory) so the car, “said journalist friend, while comparing with vehicle manufacturing facility in Indonesia.
Yes, that was the fact. Tata Motors factory is not only large, but also has great equipment supported to be able to build the car from zero.
I own a close look at how Tata Motors assisted robotic technology capable, builds transmission system, axle, suspension, chassis, body panels, until the machine. In this factory not only assembled commercial vehicles, but also passenger vehicles, such as the Tata Indica.
So it’s not like the world automobile factories in Indonesia, which only gives us assemble ration-penel body panels, interior, and engine. While the bolts were still imported from Thailand.
What about the quality of the products produced from Tata Motors plant? It tastes pretty common question answered by giving evidence that some truck and bus transmission system Mercedes-Benz was also made at the Tata Motors facility in Pune.
And, the leader in India’s commercial vehicle sales also have to build heavy military vehicles, including large trucks ballistic missile launchers. Remarkably, all can be done at the Tata Motors facility.

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State-Owned Enterprises Minister Dahlan Iskan, Tuesday, July 23, 2013, reveals that there is still a long way to achieve self-sufficiency in Indonesia.

He acknowledged, self-sufficiency can not be achieved although the largest sugar factory in Indonesia which built PT Industri Gula Glenmore already operating.

“To be able to achieve self-sufficiency in sugar, it took a minimum of 10 plants like this again (factory Glenmore),” Dahlan said, when met after the event determining the sugar plant construction contractor in the Ministry of Enterprise, Jakarta.

Dahlan said that the company already has plans to build a similar plant. However, at this time has not been able to find where the exact location.

Former president of the National Electricity Company also said, not knowing whether the factories that will be done by the private sector in collaboration with state or inter-state again.

For location, Dahlan admitted still looking for the right place. However, there are some nominations in Sulawesi and Lampung.

Meanwhile, Dahlan called for the construction of PT Industri Gula Glenmore plant could be completed in 22 months. Therefore, all the things that could hinder the development are fulfilled.

For example, for the land, according to him, it is 100 percent complete, because no land acquisition is required. Financing side also there is no problem anymore. “So, the important thing is serious work to be completed in order to plant,” he said.

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MAKASSAR – Proposed Ministry of Industry (Ministry of Industry) regarding the presence of special industrial rated bank could trigger industrial growth better.
Economic observers Hasanuddin University, Syarkawi Rauf explained by the existence of special or specific bank serving the industry could trigger industrial growth in the business sector. The same thing happens in China.
“They have a lot of banks aimed at channeling funding priority activities, such as agriculture with agricultural bank, industrial bank industry, and others,” he said in Makassar on Thursday (25/07/2013).
For this project, the government should include the estimated capital above Rp 5 trillion, so the banks can get three books with high flexibility to manage business products.
DPD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) Sulsel also strongly supports the presence of industry-specific bank. Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of South Sulawesi, Zulkarnain Arif, said the bank’s presence is needed to help businesses meet industry needs.
According to Zulkarnain, the bank line government regulations regarding the application of the rules on the management of raw materials before export overseas.
However, the Chairman of the Banks of South Sulawesi, Andrew Wongjaya, banks should assess the industry empowering government bank that already exist today.
“It should be the government’s existing bank actually asked to allocate credit in the field of industry on the percentage of the loan portfolio,” he explained.